The iPhone and iPad are wonderful devices to use for music recording and podcasting. How would you about connecting XLR microphones to them? These 5 XLR audio interfaces can help:
Apogee Electronics Quartet: a USB audio interface for iOS and Windows 10 devices. It comes with 4 inputs and 8 outputs, 4 microphone preamps with 75dB gain, and 6 balanced line outputs.
Shure MVi: a digital audio interface with phantom power and 5 modes. It has a built-in headphone output for real-time monitoring. It can also automatically adjust EQ.
Saramonic SmartRig+: a microphone and guitar interface with Apple MFi certified Lightning connector. It comes with 2 x XLR, 2 x 3.5mm and two 1/4″ inputs with Phantom power (+48v).
Focusrite iTrack One Pre: a compact microphone preamp and instrument input for iPhone and iPad. Lets you record directly into GarageBand, Cubasis, and other favorite music making apps.
Tascam iXR: an audio recording interface with two in, two out USB audio/MIDI interface for iOS, Windows, and Mac machines. It comes with Cubase LE software for Mac/Win and iOS.
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